Face your fears to get over them
We all have heard of this folk wisdom. After all, even findings from scientific research support the idea that confronting an object or situation which causes fear is the most effective way of gaining control over one’s phobia or anxiety. GameTherapy
It combines psychological therapy and the gaming world. Embedding the scientifically proven method of virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) into a gaming context makes it possible to practice the exposure to feared objects and situations in a playful way.
Using the advanced technology of biofeedback, our virtual therapeutic games allow you to be aware of your bodily responses to a stress stimulus, such as your heartbeat or your breathing. In addition, you will learn to actively take control over your bodily reactions, so that you can relax effectively.
As a self-help tool designed for individuals with claustrophobia or related fears, Gametherapy addresses the gap of overbooked mental health professionals, long waiting lists and high therapy costs.
ClaustrOFF is a therapeutic game that teaches you to gain control of your fear as soon as possible. In just about 8 hours, your life will become more relaxed again
Designed by psychologists and game designers, ClaustrOFF allows you to practice useful skills that help you react calmly when stressed.
Combining the effective method of exposure with the gaming world, you will learn that staying in an enclosed space is less dangerous than it seemed at first glance
ANONYMOUS & SECURE
You will face your fears in a completely secure environment of virtual reality. No need to see a therapist
CHANGE IN REAL LIFE
Transfer what you have learned in the game into your real life. So that you can live happier again
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
About 12% of the population suffers from the fear of confined places. On average, a person with claustrophobia fears at least three objects or situations
Science tells us that once a specific phobia is beaten, the treatment effects generalize into the real life and one is able to manage other fears better.